Reality Quotes

It is not uncommon for engineers to accept the reality of phenomena that are not yet understood, as it is very common for physicists to disbelieve the reality of phenomena that seem to contradict contemporary beliefs of physics

H. Bauer

Only the absurd could have any bearing on reality.

Edmund Cooper

Through my LSD experience and my new picture of reality, I became aware of the wonder of creation, the magnificence of nature and of the animal and plant kingdom. I became very sensitive to what will happen to all this and all of us.

Albert Hofmann

The reality is that we are hated not because of our democracy, freedoms, and generous social security system; rather, we are hated because of our involvement in foreign conflicts and quarrels that were never our concern.

Amir Butler

Astrology is just a finger pointing at reality.

Steven Forrest

It is only hope which is real, and reality is a bitterness and a deceit.

William Makepeace Thackeray

The camera makes everyone a tourist in other people`s reality, and eventually in one`s own.

Susan Sontag

At that period, everybody in the Roman Empire had some kind of religion, but nobody bothered much about it. Just like today. ...Although Romans had plenty of gods, in reality they believed in none.

Wilhelm Busch

The way of paradoxes is the way of truth. To test Reality we must see it on the tight-rope. When the Verities become acrobats we can judge them.

Oscar Wilde

You think you want to die but in reality, you just wanted to be saved.


What people really want in the theater is fantasy involvement and not reality involvement.

Edward Albee

Though dreams can be deceiving, like faces are to hearts, they serve for sweet relieving, when fantasy and reality lie too far apart.


Truth will flourish in fantasy, only to wither and die in what you are pleased to call reality.

Bernard Schuber

Intuition comes very close to clairvoyance; it appears to be the extrasensory perception of reality.

Alexis Carrel

Realism is not a matter of any fidelity to an empirical reality, but of the discursive conventions by which and for which a sense of reality is constructed.

John Fiske
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